A unique selection of ceramics by a world renowned maker, Jill Fanshawe Kato. Jill explores many techniques including coiling, slabbing, sculpting, using moulds and throwing and altering. She regards her work, which is held in collections worldwide, as sitting somewhere ‘between sculpture and painting’.
The Wildlife Art Society International’s annual exhibition of wildlife art. Around 300 paintings, drawings, original prints, photographs and sculpture by professional and part-time members of this active organisation will be on display, the majority for sale. Members will be demonstrating throughout the exhibition. (Free access to this exhibition without visiting the museum).
During the Bank Holiday weekend (27th -29th May) TWASI will be running a series of workshops taught by artist members.
Saturday 27th:- Paint a Bird on a Feather with Mandi Baykaa-Murray
Sunday 28th:- Big Cats Coloured Pencil Workshop with France Bouduin
Monday 30th:- Space to Breathe. Design, Space and a Touch of the Abstract with Gregory Wellman
Find out more HERE
Workshops will run from 10am – 5pm with lunch included
Please contact John Horton for further information and to book your place.
Tel: 01905 381605 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A rare opportunity to see a selection of original paintings and sculptures by members of The Society of Animal Artists (SAA) produced exclusively for this exhibition. Based in the USA, the SAA has members around the world who represent the best of today’s wildlife artists. CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS
To complement this display, another gallery will be primarily dedicated to larger works by SAA members taken from the Nature in Art permanent and loan collections.
A display of work by clients of the Independence Trust. The Trust strengthens people’s emotional and physical wellbeing to support them to fulfill their potential. This display, which includes interactive elements, features new artwork by some of their clients who have found art a real help and inspiration in life. On show in the Atrium of our Education Centre.
Gold has always been the symbol of wealth, affluence and status. As the noblest of metals, it has been utilised in many applications. This display presents a selection of nature inspired works using one of the oldest embroidery techniques – employing metal threads to create articles of beauty and sumptuousness.
Meg Stevens died in 2012 and had had a long association with Nature in Art. She spent much of her life painting out of doors producing paintings that seem to be filled with the breath of fresh air. This retrospective is largely made up of work from the family’s collection. Some items will be for sale.